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Setting Some Boundries At Walt Disney World

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  • Setting Some Boundries At Walt Disney World

    Netcot has posted an interesting article about Bill Hart, the man who surveyed the land that would eventually become home to Walt Disney World. They have also added a link to a PDF of the actual story from 'American Surveyor' that includes some great photos.
    See the complete article here: http://www.netcot.com/thesite/2007/0...-disney-world/
    Last edited by tjcjr; 08-30-2007, 10:22 AM.

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    THANK YOU! I had posted a photo of one of those markers in a previous TR of mine and I had no idea what they were for!

    Thanks for the link!

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      Re: Setting Some Boundries At Walt Disney World

      OMG!!! That article is SO amazing. I have to read it now. The construction photos are awesome!

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        Wow - what a fascinating article! I just finished reading the whole thing - never thought I would enjoy an article in a surveying magazine

        Now I can't wait to go back and look for a few survey plates. Kind of like finding the "Hidden Mickeys".

        Thanks for posting the article link!
        http://www.MickeySites.com - the outlet for my Disney obsession - a labor of love in progress

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